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GJMM take up workers plight

Posted by Ramesh Khati on September 25, 2009

SILIGURI, 24 SEPT: The Gorkha Jan Mukti Morcha today demanded regularisation of all casual workers of Darjeeling Gorkha Hill Council by 15 November.
“The state government has agreed to regularise 3472 casual workers, but the Morcha demands inclusion of all casual workers in the process,” the GJMM general secretary, Mr Roshan Giri said here today after returning from Kolkata. The GJMM leadership also demanded that if needed, new posts should be created to accommodate casual workers.
“Many posts are vacant in several departments, including irrigation, electricity, and the government should create new posts to accommodate the casual workers,” said Mr Machhindra Subba, president of the GJMM-backed Jan Mukti Asthayi Karmachari Sangathan.

SILIGURI, 24 SEPT(The Statesman): The Gorkha Jan Mukti Morcha today demanded regularisation of all casual workers of Darjeeling Gorkha Hill Council by 15 November.

“The state government has agreed to regularise 3472 casual workers, but the Morcha demands inclusion of all casual workers in the process,” the GJMM general secretary, Mr Roshan Giri said here today after returning from Kolkata. The GJMM leadership also demanded that if needed, new posts should be created to accommodate casual workers.

“Many posts are vacant in several departments, including irrigation, electricity, and the government should create new posts to accommodate the casual workers,” said Mr Machhindra Subba, president of the GJMM-backed Jan Mukti Asthayi Karmachari Sangathan.

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